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the hacker world and the global cyber insurgency. it is authored by parmy olson and parmy olson is london bureau chief for "forbes" magazine and she joins us from london. missiles and, if we could start, what is anonymous? >> actually very difficult question to answer. a lot of people see it as a group or an organization. it isn't quite that. if anything it's more of an internet phenomenon or a movement. many different people, collaborate together online to protest against all sorts of different reasons, and also to harass people sometimes for fun. it comes from a culture, image boards and discussion boards online, and some people see it as a start of a new way of protesting online. >> how did it begin? >> so, anonymous emerged from something called image portrait. these are discussion boards on websites. and one particular which in 2004, run 2004, 2005 the website became very popular and the greater of the website in force all of its users to be anonymous when they posted comments. a lot of these didn't like it personal with the realize overtime was that when they were stripped of ego an
by party olson, london bureau chief reforms magazine, and she joins us from london. if we could start, what is anonymous? >> well, actually, a very difficult question to answer. a lot of people see it as a group or an organization. is not quite that. anything is more of an internet phenomenon or a movement. many different people collaborating together online to protest against all sorts of different reasons and all sorts of to also to arrest people sometimes for fun. it comes from a culture of damage boards and discussion boards on line. some people see it as the start of a new way of protecting online. >> added to begin? >> so, anonymous immersed from something that is called image boards. these are discussion boards on a website. one in particular called it 4chan. in 2004, 2004-5, this website became very popular. reader of that website in forestall of its users to be anonymous when they posted comments. now, all of these it's not like this at first, what they realized over time was that when they were stripped of the bill and identity and age and gender and all sorts of identifying featu
would be sentenced before the end of the year. but i am not clear on that. >> parmy olson, does anonymous in any way still exist. does lulzsec still exist? >> the worst of attempts to revive lulzsec although the main guys organizing it are definitely not on the internet any more. a few other guys from the anonymous community tried to start something called lulzsec reborn but nothing to offer in the same way. we have not seen another hacker group come to prominence with the same kind of attention are be as destructive as lulzsec was. there have been other splendor groups from anonymous with names like cabin crew and they have done some damage and gotten press attention but nowhere near the amount that lulzsec had. >> was there a relationship between wikileaks and the occupy wall st movement and anonymous and lulzsec? >> i think it was definitely a lot of support between the two sides. there was an overlap of -- and terms of left wing libertarianism. a lot of guys will align themselves with that ethos. certainly the kinds of processes they were using to propagate ideas and spread
night. seven protestors were inside the campaign headquarters including iraq war veteran scott olson. olson was seriously injured during an occupy oakland protest last year. he left voluntarily before the arrests were made. >> because i think i can do better work out here. it was not an easy decision but we all agree that i should leave. >> the protestors are demanding the president apologize for declaring manning guilty. several people marched to seventh and broadway supporting for those arrested and waiting for them to be arrested. >>> all in favor. >> i. >> opposed. >> i oppose as to the first part but agree as to the second and third. >> in a 4-1 vote the city's ethic commission found mirkarimi's domestic violence case institutes official misconduct. >> the piling on of these charges has weighted us down which clearly was not an unfamiliar tactic from anybody from a prosecutorial perspective. >> we don't view it as an objective. >> commissioners stop short of recommending that mirkarimi be removed from office. they will hold another meeting before deciding on a recommendation. >>
: that was scott olson. he was the veteran injured by occupy proit's in october of last year. he and a few others took part in the sit-in. olson did agree to leave while the rest of the protestors that stayed were arrested. our cameras were the only ones there when protestors were led away in handcuffs. in all about six people were arrested and taken into custody for trespassing. after the arrest they marched down to oakland head quarters and waited for their foe low -- i'm powell chambers. >>> time now 6:07. police in san jose searching for whoever shot a teenage boy. it happened last night about 9:30 in the 600 block of sanders avenue. he was shot at least once. now he was rushed to the hospital with life threatening injuries. investigators are searching for a possible motive in this attack. >>> we are following developing news from afghanistan this morning. u.s. military officials say two u.s. service members have been shot and killed by an afghan police officer. coming up at 6:15, a look at the growing violence as u.s. troops train afghan security forces. >>> new radiation concerns on treasur
olson's family has been farming in the missouri river valley for three generations last summer, floods washed away his crops and those of nearly 500 other farms along the nebraska/iowa border. the floodwaters left behind a sea of sand. >> the sand is probably two to three feet right here. as you can see, there's no moisture in it. there's no way the plant can survive in that. >> reporter: the sand came from the rising missouri river. it broke through levees with currents so strong it swept out the river beds. olson says it will take years before his soil is back to normal. >> i figure on the piece of ground that i've got last year, i lost a half million dollars off that piece of land. and i'll probably maybe have half a crop this year. >> reporter: that hurts. >> oh, yeah. but it's not just me, it's so many people that have the same problems. >> reporter: people like mason hanson. his farm is 70 miles down river and was one of the worst hit. his biggest challenge? a four-foot-high wall of sand that spans 90 acres. this is like sand on the beach. >> yes. it's fine sugar sand. you can lo
. olson and the gentleman from pennsylvania, mr. doyle, each will control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from texas. mr. olson: mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent that all members have five legislative days to revise and extend their rashes and insert extraneous materials into the record on h.r. 4273. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. olson: i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. olson: mr. speaker, i rise today in support of h.r. 4273, resolving liability conflicts act of 2012. my colleagues and i carefully drafted this bill to resolve a con nict between the federal power act and environmental laws and regulations that if left unresolved could create serious problems for liability in our nation's electric grid. every year, as the heat of summer settles in across our country and demand surnls for electricity, the potential for dangerous power outages grows. some states such as california and my home state of texas, are being warned by electricity regulators that reserve margins could dip dangerous
important post of afghanistan and pakistan. ambassador james cunningham and richard olson are experienced and talented diplomats. i am convinced that they bring the combination of intelligence and experience, diligence necessary for both of these critical assignments. today's hearing comes -- pick the newspapers and afghanistan and pakistan are swirling around. the assigning of the strategic partnership agreement marked the beginning of the end a new face of u.s. engagements in afghanistan. the world is not going to simply walk away or abandon its investment in a stable afghanistan. our task is to leverage our commitments into a transition that prevents afghanistan from backsliding into widespread ethnic or sectarian violence. coordinated and economic transition will be challenging. there are several key steps that we need to focus on. we must prepare now for the afghan elections in 2014. it is the political transition that will determine whether our military gains are sustainable. our role should not interfere in domestic politics. it is critical that afghans must pick their leaders fair
and refuse to leave, oakland police arrived and escorted him out peaceably one of them was scott olson and iraq war veteran wounded from a police projectile from last october. >>> met the future for the suspended san francisco sheriff is uncertain. a hearing and it denied with a vote christin ayers explains it stopped short of giving an opinion that everyone waiting to hear. >>> it took the san francisco at this commission to about that ross mirkarimi committed official misconduct when he gave his wife of a bruised during an argument new year's eve. >>> will do as best we can >>> the commission rejected other charges against the sheriff >>> the city attorney's office failed to prove any allegation of witness dissuasion or miss handling of guns all of that the commission rejected >>> mirkarimi and his wife clamed the charges motivated by politics. >>> this is a bruise to destroy up political opponent >>> the commission did not decide whether to recommend mirkarimi lose his job. >>> a want to be the public servant i was elected to >>> for those who want mirkarimi remove it was a half bay
olson's 2008. he served two tours of duty in iraq and had been in afghanistan since december. will be buried at arlington national. >> we're hearing from the wife of a senior energy analyst who was beaten over the weekend near eastern market. maslin was struck on the head as he was walking home from a tavern on capitol hill. the collapse of the strangers porch. his injuries are so severe that he cannot speak. last week he and his wife celebrated their third wedding anniversary. >> the entire focus is on his recovery. that is truly a minute by minute. i do believe he will recover. >> robberies are up sharply in that part of the city. police don't know if that was the motive in this case of. they are still looking for the attacker. >> another store you will see only on seven. the special police officerderek hunter said he had to pay to fire off rounds last october at the maryland small arms range in upper marlboro. that was okay until he saw other customers were not paying. if the owner told him monday is ladies' day, which means only women can shoot for free. >> just because i
and admiral eric olson, head of special operations command. >> how did that rehearsal go? >> it was fine. i mean, this is nothing new to us. the part that was new was all the vips sitting there watching. one of the things that i liked after the fact was i remember admiral mullen coming by and talking to each one of us and admiral olson as well. i thought that was cool that they walked by, shook each of our hand and said hey, are you guys ready? can you guys pull this off? i'm pretty sure to him we said yes, absolutely. >> how long was it before you got the call to go? >> we had a week off in virginia beach. when i say off, it wasn't completely. we had a week off at home. conducted one more rehearsal, day training on the life size mockup and then we got the word that we were going. >> owen's book was to be released on the anniversary of 9/11, but the release date has been moved up to next week. there has been criticism that the book is timed to influence the election. >> my worry from the beginning is it's a political season, this book is not political whatsoever. it doesn't bad-mouth either
, including the chairman of the joint chiefs admiral mike mullen and admiral eric olson, head of special operations command. how did that rehearsal go? >> it was fine. i mean, this is nothing new to us. the part that was new was all the v.i.p.s sitting there watching. one of the things i liked after the fact was i remember admiral mullen coming by and talking to each one of us and admiral olson as well. that was cool. they walk by, shook each of our hands and said "are you ready? can you guys pull this off?" and i'm pretty sure to a man we all said yes, absolutely. >> pelley: how long was it before you got the call to go? >> we had a week off in virginia beach. when i say "off" it wasn't completely but we had a week off at home, conducted one more rehearsal day training on the life-sized mock-up and then we got the word that we were going. >> reporter: owen's book was to be released on the anniversary of 9/11 but the release date has been moved up to next week. there has been criticism that the book is timed to influence the election. >> my worry from the beginning is, you know, it's a p
song we needed to do something else. >> olson left voluntarily before the arrests were made. the protestors are demanding the president apologize for declaring manning guilty. they want to insure that soldiers are free from pretrial punishment. after that they marched to broadway to wait for them to be released. >>> let's go to the top story. clues are working on a house furriner mclauren park. tara moriarty just arrived on the scene. >> reporter: if you take off to my right here you can see the white house. there is a punch of soot that is coming up out of that window. so you can tell where the flames were. then there is flashlights for fighters on the roof. we're here off of vienna street and the nearest cross is avlon. you can see quite a few firefighters standing in the street there. initially we are hearing reports that there was a big fire. they came and were able to knock it down but they did send out another crew. they were going through all of the rooms when they discovered a body. we are waiting for the captain to speak with us to give us more information here. thi
find their way home. >>> long before "mad men" gave us peggy olson there was helen gurley brown a real life pioneer in the advertising world who took all that knowledge and put it to work in "cosmopolitan" magazine. in the early days feminists chafed at her unrelenting focus on catching, pleasing, and keeping a man but later came to embrace her embrace of sex for single girls, actually all girls of all ages. helen gurley brown died today at age 90. we get a look back tonight from nbc's kate snow. >> reporter: before there was "sex in the city" there was "sex and the single girl." >> well, i didn't write the book to help us. i wrote it to help the unmarried women in this country. >> reporter: natalie wood and tony curtis starred in the movie but it was inspired by helen gurley brown's 1962 best seller, a frank and forward dating guide that encouraged women to enjoy being single. brown was as bold as her headlines and dating columns, the consummate new yorker in zebra print and big earrings. >> i think that helen really helped create today's modern woman. i don't think that women would b
including the chairman of the joint chiefs admiral mike mullen and admiral eric olson had a special operations command. >>> it's nothing new to us. the one of the things that would like coming by and talking to each one of us i thought that was cool that they walked by a chance they said are you guys ready? and i'm pretty sure to man would think absolutely. how long was it for you got the call? >>> we week offense i would say off was was not completely but we had a week off and on. we conducted one more month rehearsal on the mockup and then he got the were the lawyer going. >>> his book was to be released on the anniversary of an 11 but the release date has been moved up to next week. there has been criticism that the book is time to influence the election. >>> my worry from the beginning is that it's a political season this non-political whatsoever doesn't bad mouth any party any specifically chose september 11th to keep that out of the politics. it's crazy and he decided the aisle. >>> who want to make a political shame on them this is about september 11th and needs to rest
on the scene. at least 5 people were arrested. all claims the former veteran scott olson injured in a protest in october was among the protestors. he left on his own before the others were arrested we understand. now they were demanding release of bradley manning. u.s. serviceman who leaked classified documents to wikileak. >> police lacking for the gunman who killed a man at oakland fast-food restaurant tonight. it happened at the kfc on 37 avenue and international boulevard just after 6. according to the oakland tribune the victim drove his car out of the drive through after he was shot across international boulevard and then into a building across the street. >> tonight san francisco ethic commission concluded that suspended sheriff mirkarimi is guilty of official miss con dust. stem from the domestic violence charge he faced. but as amma explains, as far as whether he should lose his job as a result, the commission kicked that can down the road. >> they don't agree with the final outcome in this regard. i appreciated i think the level of depth that they tried to arrive at i think c
arrested. all claims the former veteran scott olson injured in a protest in october was among the protestors. he left on his own before the others were arrested we understand. now they were demanding release of bradley manning. u.s. serviceman who leaked classified documents to wikileak. >> police lacking for the gunman who killed a man at oakland fast-food restaurant tonight. it happened at the kfc on 37 avenue and international boulevard just after 6. according to the oakland tribune the victim drove his car out of the drive through after he was shot across international boulevard and then into a building across the street. >> tonight san francisco ethic commission concluded that suspended sheriff mirkarimi is guilty of official miss con dust. stem from the domestic violence charge he faced. but as amma explains, as far as whether he should lose his job as a result, the commission kicked that can down the road. >> they don't agree with the final outcome in this regard. i appreciated i think the level of depth that they tried to arrive at i think certain opinions. >>re
book out, called "we are anonymous", it's authored by parmy olson and parmy olson is london bureau chief from forbes magazine and joins us from london. ms. olson, if we could start, what is "anonymous"? guest guest actually, a very difficult question to answer. a lot of people see it as a group or an organization. it isn't quite that. if tpheurbg it's more of an internet phenomenon or a movement. it's many different people collaborating together on line to protest against all sorts of -- for all sorts of different reasons and also to haras people sometimes for fun. it comes from a culture of image boards and discussion boards online, and some people see it as the start of a new way of protesting online. host host how did it begin? guest guest so anonymous emerged from something that's called image boards. these are discussion boards on a website and one in particular, for chance, which in 2004, around 2004, 2005, this website became very popular and the creating of that website forced all users to be anonymous when they posted comments. a lot of the users didn't like this at first
war veteran olson have been holding a sit in at the office on 16th and telegraph avenue. may remember olson injured during occupy protest last october. protest trors demanding the release of bradley manning the u.s. serviceman who leaked close fight documents to wikileak.so far there has been no damage to the headquarters. several window broken there during a protest last month but again authorities have made some arrest there is tonight. >>> late today the san francisco ethic commission upheld misconduct charges against suspended sheriff mirkarimi. panel heard weeks of testimony in order to determine mirkarimi fitness for office going forward mirkarimi and his wife lopez attend today time hearing at city hall. mayor ed lee wants to fire mirkarimi for misconduct because he pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charge of false imprisonment. mirkarimi hoped for the best. >> process was cruel in the way it kept us apart for seven seven months. it has been back breaking every step of the way but we tried to endure. every step of the way. i can only hope that the real facts come out and tha
nation had female athletes. along with the rest of us and no doubt even more closely, katherine olson has watched these successes. she's c.e.o. of the women's sports foundation a group dedicated to improving the lives of girls and women through sport is this a surprise? how big have these games been for women athletes? >> i think these have been phenomenal games for women athletes around the world. they've been the golden games for women so that's thrilling for us awl of us that care. >> what explains it? first start with the u.s. situation. what's happened in your mind to lead to some success? >> there's no question that the passage of title ix 40 years ago has seen the fruition of that today in what we're seeing in the games. particularly as you look at the strength of the team sports. you know, soccer winning today, water polo winning for the first time, we've had such success in the gymnastics all around as well as other teams as well. 40 years ago there were not that many women playing support. there were 1 in 40 and today we've vanced to 2-9. so you're seeing the strength of women's
. it was a peaceful event. >> three veterans and four other activists talked with them. scott olson, a veteran. outside protesters surrounded the co-obama campaign doors waving their signs. by 9:00, he walked out and said they sent a message to obama. >> for obama to comment -- also to ensure that soldiers' human rights are respected in the future. >> that letter he says was written by veterans in the bay area, la and portland, oregon. protesters brought signs and demonstrated near city hall. >> the ray relationship was endorsed by about 10 different groups and probably have more people representing more. >> the campaign head quarters has been locked up. i have calls into oakland police to find out what charges the protesters were arrested on. i was not received the answer. we will get that out as soon as we receive that information. ktvu, news. >> a live picture from outside police head quarters. a small group marched down broadway and in front of oakland police head quarters at 7th and broadway, not far from jack london square. >>> a gunman shout and killed a man in a drive-thru lane of a kf
jenny olson set up a memorial service. resiting the names of the # 1,050 are daily 'king. >> my birthday is november 18th so a few days later he died. >> this year the whitner's finally held a memorial marking his withday. the very day thousands of people were se baiting the i icon celebration. all tho the bridge board something people have to service tonight hope will change. >> there have been other spots like the empire state building or eiffel tower. when there's been barriers people have stopped going there to die. >> officials vow to help raise the rest of the phrabts. >>> -- officials vow ♪[linkin park "burn it down"] ♪[rock] ♪ [narrator] can't wait for the honda civic tour featuring linkin park? neither can we. go to facebook.com/hondacivictour for details. >>> continuing coverage now of that refinery fire that burned for hours last night. before those flames were contained, tonight one of the crude oil units that chevron's richmond refinery remain shut down. that shut down is already affecting prices at the pump. tom vacar tells us how much prices go up depends on how fa
working hard at it. you know, nature, is sometimes very evil. >> as the olsons witnessed the fire creep up their canyon, they got that dreaded warning to get out. >> are you guys telling everyone to leave here? >> giving gwen minutes to move. >> where are you guys headed? >> i don't know. we're going to payne's creek store right now. >> with families out of harm's way, firefighters stepped in, digging, spraying. >> they sprayed liquid on this home from top to bottom which created this orange mess. the idea is if flames get to the building, it might cause a burn on the outside but the structure should still be standing. this mess is a small price to pay and the homeowner will just have to hose it all off. >> the real attack comes from the sky. drop after drop appear insignificant when we're talking about a 35 square mile fire. the planes like the dc-10 are the best weapons in this arsenal when the fight is through a battlefield. >> we've been here for 15 minutes, it's moved from down here up to the top. >> it destroyed 50 structures as it ripped through neighborhoods. near manton. >> we saw
event. >> three veterans and four other activists talked with them. scott olson, a veteran. outside protesters surrounded the co-obama campaign doors waving their signs. by 9:00, he walked out and said they sent a message to obama. >> for obama to comment -- also to ensure that soldiers' human rights are respected in the future. >> that letter he says was written by veterans in the bay area, la and portland, oregon. protesters brought signs and demonstrated near city hall. >> the ray relationship was endorsed by about 10 different groups and probably have more people representing more. >> the campaign head quarters has been locked up. i have calls into oakland police to find out what charges the protesters were arrested on. i was not received the answer. we will get that out as soon as we receive that information. ktvu, news. >> a live picture from outside police head quarters. a small group marched down broadway and in front of oakland police head quarters at 7th and broadway, not far from jack london square. >>> a gunman shout and killed a man in a drive-thru lane of a kfc restaur
for now. we'll discuss all the options on the table with former fed governor mark olson. also the adp employment report coming at 8:15 a.m. eastern. forecasters say they likely added 108,000 private jobs in july. we'll get the first numbers on cnbc from macro economic adviser chairman joel prakken. chinese manufacturing falling to a eight-month low. latest stat suggesting the sector barely growing. meantime, another survey suggesting more market-sensitive private sector in china is starting to recover. >>> on earnings front we have a few companies to watch before the bell this morning. we'll hear from comcast, harley davidson, mastercard and time warner. >>> andrew, thank you. in corporate headlines, lab corp is reportedly the target of a massive private he can quit buyout. they say tgi capital and bain capital are a few that have the wherewithal to join hands to make a run at this company, which does lab testing. equity check of $3 billion to $4 billion would be expected for the deal. a market cap of $1.8 billion. >>> doingle is postponing a launch of the nexxus q. what it is, you're
claims the former veteran scott olson injured in a protest in october was among the protestors. he left on his own before the others were arrested we understand. now they were demanding release of bradley manning. u.s. serviceman who leaked classified documents to wikileak. >> police lacking for the gunman who killed a man at oakland fast-food restaurant tonight. it happened at the kfc on 37 avenue and international boulevard just after 6. according to the oakland tribune the victim drove his car out of the drive through after he was shot across international boulevard and then into a building across the street. >> tonight san francisco ethic commission concluded that suspended sheriff mirkarimi is guilty of official miss con dust. stem from the domestic violence charge he faced. but as amma explains, as far as whether he should lose his job as a result, the commission kicked that can down the road. >> they don't agree with the final outcome in this regard. i appreciated i think the level of depth that they tried to arrive at i think certain opinions. >>reporter: mirkarimi wife l
in the very important post of afghanistan and pakistan. ambassador james cunningham and richard olson are experienced and talented diplomats. i am convinced that they bring the combination of intelligence and experience, diligence necessary for both of these critical assignments. today's hearing comes -- pick the newspapers and afghanistan and pakistan are swirling around. the assigning of the strategic partnership agreement marked the beginning of the end a new face of u.s. engagements in afghanistan. the world is not going to simply walk away or abandon its investment in a stable afghanistan. our task is to leverage our commitments into a transition that prevents afghanistan from backsliding into widespread ethnic or sectarian violence. coordinated and economic transition will be challenging. there are several key steps that we need to focus on. we must prepare now for the afghan elections in 2014. it is the political transition that will determine whether our military gains are sustainable. our role should not interfere in domestic politics. it is critical that afghans must pick th
of the joint chiefs and admiral eric olson, head of operations command. how did that rehearsal go? >> it was fine. this is nothing new to us. the part that was new was all the vips sitting there watching, you know. one of the things that i liked after the fact was i remember admiral mullen kept coming by and talking to each of us, and admiral olson as well. and i thought that was cool. they walked by and shook each of our hands and said, hey, you guys ready? can you pull this off? and i'm pretty sure to a man we all said, yes, absolutely. >> how long was it before you got the call to go? >> we had a week off from virginia beach. and when i say off, it wasn't completely. but we had a week off at home. conducted one more rehearsal, day of training, on the life-sized mockup. and then we got the word this we were going. >> owen's book was to be released on the anniversary of 9/11, but the release date has been moved up to next week. there has been criticism that the book is timed to influence the election. >> my worry from the beginning is it's a political season. this book is not pol
olson said were going to back everybody with everything and were never going to have another wamu. the washington mutual did not have political pull in washington d.c. washington mutual was not a new europe bank -- new york bank. yet there is this how the part in the new york branches. as for the regulators throughout the real power don't care. she let there wants to shut it down and meanwhile something interesting is happening in new york with rumors that started at least a bank shot. >> you can call it a jog, guess. politics becomes a very important issue. kerry killinger had never made a priority of the net relationships in washington d.c. he never did. since wamu it did not have any friends. meanwhile bankers like jamie diamond who considered it their seventh line of business. so wamu suddenly finds itself even after it raised all this money in the summer of 2008 in the middle of a panic situation. you all may remember we saw those pictures of the lines around the block and people pulling out their money and it was like it's a wonderful life and how could this happen and every
olson are experienced and talented diplomats. i am convinced that they bring the combination of intelligence and experience diligence necessary for both of these critical assignments. today's hearing comes -- pick the newspapers and afghanistan and pakistan are swirling around. the assigning of the strategic partnership agreement marked the beginning of the end a new face of u.s. engagements in afghanistan. the world is not going to simply walk away or abandon its investment in a stable afghanistan. our task is to leverage our commitments into a transition that prevents afghanistan from backsliding into widespread ethnic or sectarian violence. coordinated and economic transition will be challenging. there are several key steps that we need to focus on. we must prepare now for the afghan elections in 2014. it is the political transition that will determine whether our military gains are sustainable. our role should not interfere in domestic politics. it is critical that afghans must pick their leaders fairly and freely. transparency in new election laws is a critical step for
and organ, sparkly, of course. but heather olson, who was on the gold medal team in 1996 says the athleticism here, the intensity, the technical difficulty have doubled since then. >> liken it to a gymnastic floor routine with half the oxygen. >> reporter: matt and al gave it a whirl before athens in '04 just missing making the team by a hair. since 2000, the russians have dominated, took analyst's breath away. still ask around -- you must be so excited for the synchronized swimming. >> unbelievably hard. >> reporter: partly because of all that embellishment that built up, sparkle, faces, eye shadow. >> i think it's gone a little bit too far. >> reporter: still the sport seems to entrance the world. teams from egypt, israel, mexico, south and north korea. united in their quest for absolute perfection while holding their breath. wow that crowd a little more. the finals rush into the lead. they range in age from 17 to -- guess how old, natalie, is the oldest one. >> i'm going to say 32. >> 36. >> not too far off. i think it's beautiful. no ridicule. i think they look amazing. >>
. lilly olson didn't let the rain stop her from catching a wave, something her mother love lows to see. >> she doesn't really talk. i don't know what she's thinking but it looks like she's having fun. >> reporter: bittersweet for lilly and her mom. >> first year she was part of surfer healing. her dead went into a coma from melanoma two days prior to when she sured and he passed away two days after. it's special for us to come out here and remember him. she's out here surfing for her daddy. >> reporter: it's the healing powers of the water. volunteers hope the children feel. >> it does something for the kids that i think is just wonderful. >> reporter: twin webster was a pro surfer for 20 years before he became a volunteer. >> that's the biggest reward seeing the kids having the time of their life. >> reporter: wave after wave these children of all levels of autism show their excitement and joy of just being, well, a kid. >> it's so empowering to be able to see her out there and actually doing something that she enjoys that i never in a million years thought she would be able to do. >>
, poppy. >> today we're talking about how to pay to college. with me are donna rosato and bob olson. >> how bad is it going to be for my children when they go to college in eight years, he's going off. what is their college debt going to be like and how are we going to pay it down? >> that's a question i hear over and over. >> these are scary times. today someone who attends a public school pays $30,000 a year, a private school, $60,000 a year. those are very daunting numbers. the department of education says that if the numbers continue at the same rate, within 15 -- by 2016, the payment for a college education, the tab, has doubled in the past 15 years. but that is the sticker price. you apply for financial aid, you won't have to pay that whole tab. and the key is, this woman has a lot of time. you know, put the money in a 529 plan, where you get tax breaks. choose the college wisely. we talked about this earlier. you don't have to pay for the most expensive school. state schools often give in-state students tax breaks. and look for other sources of funding, need-based aid, grants
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